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Complete and Excellent Stanley No. 444 Dovetail Plane .
This is a rare Stanley plane made in the early 1900s designed to facilitate cutting sliding dovetail joints in stock 1/2 to 5/4in thick. It can cut dovetails 1/4 to 5/8in deep and up to 1in wide at the "neck". This example is complete in its original finger-jointer box. The box has a faded label on the side and a complete label on the underside of the lid describing the plane's capabilities. The box of blades is complete and has the original scribe mark with instructions to grind cutters to this angle. All four blades are present as are both spur blocks. The spurs are present and long. The blades have seen a little use. The plane is completely nickel-plated. There are some small spots of discoloration and nickel loss, but the original finish is at least 99%. The box lid is cracked and could be repaired easily enough. It's a rare plane to find in this condition. It would make an exceptional addition to any Stanley collection.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $725
Item Number op282
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Outstanding 18th Century Square Ovolo by Turner & Green.
This plane was made in York before 1771 according to Good,a. the plane's body follows all of the usual 18th century guidelines in terms of form. The plane has seen considerable use but remains in amazing condition considering its age and how much it's worked. It has th4e expected dings and scratches, as well as hammer marks at the heel, but that's about it- no damage or neglect. the plane cuts a 5/8in square ovolo. The blade has been used so much it is virtually used-up. With a new blade it could be put to use again, or preserved as an excellent example of the art of 18th century British plane making.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $45
Item Number mp1211
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Stanley no. 22 12in Combination Square.
This square is in excellent condition with no damage and almost perfect finish. The level vial is intact, and the scribe is present. This one probably dates to the 1950s or so since it predates the blue finish of the 1960s and beyond.
$30
Item Number mml1274
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Excellent Unmarked 8in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This bevel is in excellent working order with an exceptionally nice rosewood stock. The blade has some discoloration but it works perfectly and looks great. It's a good general-purpose size for most bench work.
$20
Item Number mml1253
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Small Walnut Gunstock Shave.
this is a small scraper/shave used by gunstock makers or in anywhere you need to scrape a curved surface. Picture it more as a scraper spokeshave. It's made of nicely colored walnut and has a 2in blade.
$22
Item Number m1027
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Stanley Upholsterers Tack Hammer.
This is an excellent example of this fairly hard to find hammer. It has a beautifully shaped hickory handle with a very thin waist to it. The head is clean and has no damage. It's a great usable example.
$25
Item Number m1011
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Swan 1/4in Socket Former Chisel.
This is a good, usable swap measuring over 12in long overall. The back of the blade is clean and it features the Swan logo with the "Best Tool Steel" motto. Note the relief grinding ont he top of the chisel toward the bevel. It will be a fine worker, made by one of the best.
$20
Item Number c1187
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Mathieson 1in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel measures 11in overall. The first 3/4in of the back has been lapped clean and flat. The handle is in good shape without damage.
$24
Item Number c1123
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Lufkin 1905 Catalog Reprint.
This 110 page reprint of the original 1920 catalog is in excellent condition. It features Lufkin's full line of rules and tapes. It's a good reference book to have in your library.
$10
Item Number b464
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Griffith: Essentials of Woodworking .
This 1922 printing is in very good condition with minor wear tot he cover. It has 230 pages and is quite interesting. It's a woodworking book I don't recall seeing before. It's nicely illustrated with both drawings and photos.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Reprint of Hasluck: Woodworking ca. 1905.
This is aa 187 reprint of the 1905 original. It's filled with great illustrations of tools and benches, describing all of the hand tools available at the turn of the20th century. It's in very good condition with the exception of a water stain on the front cover. IT's a very interesting read.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Reprint 1881 "How to Use Woodworking Tools".
This is a scarce 1977 reprint of the 100 page original. It's got some great illustrations and is in excellent condition with no damage at all.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Original 1945 Disston Saw, File, and Tool Manual.
This is an original copy in very good conditionw ith only minimal wear to the cover. It discusses Disston's full line of hand tools including their saws. It has some great photos and a nice summary of the history of the Disston company.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Original 1938 Stanley Full-Line Catalog.
This catalog has 220+ [ages of Stanley tools and has a special feature on Atha tools which were just acquired by Stanley at this time. The cover is loose and has been taped, otherwise it's in good condition. It's a nice original reference book to add to your library.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Scarce 1924 EC Stearns CAtalog Reprint.
This is a hard one to find, and a valuable reference. Ti contains 80 pages of Stearn's saw sets, hollow augers and accessories, bench stops, vises, etc. It's in excellent condition with no damage.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Orignial Starrett 1930 50th Anniversary Full-Line Catalo.
This 328 page catalog has Starrett's full line and is in very god condition with only minor damage to the cover. It's an invaluable reference or machinists tools.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Reprint: Saunders Norvell "Forty Years of Hardware".
This is an interesting 445 page autobiography written by Norvell who started working for the EC Simmons company and later went on to found the Norvellp-Shapleigh company after leaving Simmons. It's a fascinating look at the hardware trade in the years after the Civil War. It discusses, in detail, how hardware dealers bought stock from manufacturers and sold to their hardware retailers. If you are interested in the history of tools, this book will be interesting.. This print used a terribly binding and every copy I've seen has had loose pages, this is no exception, though it's completely readable.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



JB Shannon, Phila. 18783 Hardware Catalog Reprint.
When and where this reprint was made isunknown. It contains 100 pages with many illustrations. It's one of the earlier hardware catalogs I'm aware of.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold



1893 Otto Young Catalog Reprint.
this is 480+ pages of watch and clock makers' tools, along with some jewelers' tools and assorted other things. It's in excellent condition with no damage.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold



Original Stanley 1926 SW Era Pamphlet:"How to Use and Keep Stanley Tools".
This is a small 16 page original pamphlet in very good condition. It describes various types of tools, their use, and care. I don't recall ever seeing this one before,
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Goodman: British Planemakers 2nd Edition.
This is not nearly as large as the later, and much more expensive 3rd edition, but it's still a quite decent reference on British planemakers and much more affordable.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



The Best of Fine Woodworking: Bench Tool.
This is a compilation of a number of interesting articles on hand tools published between 1984-89. Many of these have gone unnoticed for a long time.I've read this a few times and found it very interesting. There are a lot of famous names in there including Klausz, Landis, Langster, and Blackburn.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Rosebrook: American Levels and their Makers.
This is _the_ reference book to have if you are into levels. Published in 1999 and loaded with 280+ pages of gorgeous photographs, it's an essential reference book for the level collector.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Garrett Hack: The Hand Plane Book.
Softcover, 265 pages. If you don't have this book already, you need it.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Sandor Nagyszalanczy: The Art of Fine Tools.
230 pages, hardcover. New condition. If you are interested in vintage hand tools, you need to have this book.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Buck 5/8in no. 7 Carving Gouge.
This is an excellent vintage Buck gouge with a nice Apple handle and perfectly clean blade. There is no pitting. The bevel is very sharp and free of nicks or dings. It's a top quality carving gouge to put to use.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional Buck 5/8in no. 7 Carving Gouge.
This is an exceptional vintage Buck gouge with a nice Apple handle and perfectly clean blade. The blade flares toward the bevel end and is thinner and finer than most straight gouges. It has its original handle with the Buck logo. There is no pitting. The bevel is very sharp and free of nicks or dings. It's a top quality carving gouge to put to use.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional Buck 1/2in no. 7 Carving Gouge.
This is an exceptional vintage Buck gouge with a nice Apple handle and perfectly clean blade. The blade flares toward the bevel end and is thinner and finer than most straight gouges. It has its original handle with the Buck logo. There is no pitting. The bevel is very sharp and free of nicks or dings. It's a top quality carving gouge to put to use.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Unique Buck Brothers 3/8in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This is a long, thin paring gouge measuring 14in long overall. It has unique, beautifully made handle made from rosewood or Lignum. There is a bold sapwood streak down one side. The dark heartwood has exceptional grain depth and color. The handle aside, the gouge is in good condition. There is very light, scattered pinprick pitting here and there. The bevel is sharp and is should hone easily enough. It's a good chisel with an outstanding handle.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Outstanding Buck Brothers 5/8in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a square-sided 14in long thin paring chisel made by Buck Brothers. The chisel is in excellent to near-mint condition. The blade has zero pitting or discoloration. The handle is in perfect condition. It is maple and made by the Wellman Co. of Cleveland, OH, a common maker of replacement chisels handles. The bevel is sharp and honed with no damage. It's as nice as they come. It will make a top-quality paring chisel for the finest work.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Incredibly Long Moulson Bros. 1in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a thin, fine paring chisel measuring over 15in long overall. It came right from the workbench of a master craftsman from whom I bought many of the fine edge tools you see listed here. The bevel is sharp and honed. The handle was custom made from cherry It's nicely shaped and properly proportioned for a chisel of this size. The blade has a nice clean, flat back from the bevel 3/4in back. That's a lot of good, clean steel to work with. After that there are a couple of small areas with some pitting. Likely they will work themselves out over the years as you hone, grind, and lap the blade, working through that first 3/4in of clean steel. After the small areas of pitting it's clean all the way back. It's a top quality edge tool and should make an outstanding user.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Buck Bros. 5/8in Bevel-Edge Tang Paring Chisel.
This chisel is in near-new condition. The blade has no pitting or discoloration. The handle is perfect. Ignore the bits of discoloration on the back near the tang- it was adhesive left from a piece of tape that I easily removed. It measures 10in long overall. The back of the blade has been lapped clean and flat. The bevel is sharp, honed, and has not a single ding or chip. It's a top quality edge tool for fine paring work.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



EA Berg, Eskilstuna 3/8in Bevel-Edge Paring Chisel.
This is a fine, thin example of Berg's superior work. The handle is dead perfect with a full decal and no evidence at all that it was struck in anger. The blade's back is clean and flat. The bevel quite sharp. It's a great user example of this highly sought-after maker.

One note of interest- Yvette, who works my local USPS counter and handles just about every package I send, hails from Eskilstuna. She is the first person I've ever heard pronounce the name properly. She had a good laugh at how I pronounce it.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Buck Bros 1 1/2in Bevel-Edge Tang Paring Chsiel.
This chisel measures 11in long overall and has a nice cherry handle. The bevel is sharp. The back of the blade some scattered pitting but is flat and lapped otherwise. The pitting is not deep and might work itself out in the normal lapping/honing of the blade while it's being used and kept-up. It's a great size and a top quality tool that won't take much work to have up and running quickly.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Robert Sorby Boxwood Handled Paring Chisel.
This is a top quality Sorby chisel with a boxwood handle and ring around the end of the handle. It's in excellent condition overall. The blade has some light discoloration but the back is free of any pitting and the working area lapped. it should be a fantastic user. It retails new for around $40.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley 3/4in EverLase Chisel.
This is an early Everlast with the patent dates on the socket. It has a nice clean back. with only one tiny depression right at the bevel edge- the rst is clean and lapped flat as shown in the photos. Tit's better than the vast majority of Everlasts I see, most of which were worked hard and put away dirty. This one has minimal wear, a good long blade, and measures just over 7 1/2in long overall.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley 1in EverLast Chisel.
This is an early Everlast with the patent dates on the socket. It has a nice clean back. with only one tiny depression right at the bevel edge- the rst is clean and lapped flat as shown in the photos. Tit's better than the vast majority of Everlasts I see, most of which were worked hard and put away dirty. This one has minimal wear, a good long blade, and measures just over 7 1/2in long overall.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Outstanding Butcher 1/8in Pigsticker Mortise Chisel.
This one is as good as they come. It's perfectly clean, has an excellent handle, and no pitting at all At 13in overall it has decades of use in it. It's as nice as I've ever seen, plus it's a rare small size.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Stout Buck 5/8in Mortise/Firmer Chisel.
This is a thick, sturdy mortise or firmer chisel made by Buck Brothers. It's in fantastic condition with a nice sharp bevel and a clean, lapped back. The handle is very well made and has zero damage. Overall it measures 12.5in. It's a top-quality chisel and should make an excellent user.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Swan 1/8in Socket Chisel.
This is a virtually unused, Swan socket chisel measuring 13in long overall. The bevel is sharp and the back lapped. The back is clean in the working area, but there is some very small bit of pitting well away from the bevel. The handle has no wear but does have two tiny checks
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Greenlee 1/4in Socket Paring Chsiel.
This bevel-edge socket paring chisel would be ideal for paring between small dovetails. The bevel is honed and sharp, the back lapped flat and clean. It measures 12in long overall. The handle is made of an interesting wood and does have one small tight check. It's a top quality edge tool in great shape.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Outstanding Matched Set of Seven Marples Boxwood-Handled Bench Chisels.
This is an original matched set, all found in the same workshop and taken from the same bench. All of them had flat, clean backs with zero pitting at all. All have boxwood handles with no chips or cracks, and most of their original finish save some minor dings and scratches. These are bevel-edge bench chisels capable of a variety of work from delicate paring to use with a mallet. They range in length from 9.5in to 12in long, the length varying with the width of the chisel. The widths included are: 1/8in, 3/8in, 5/8in, 1/2in, 3/4in, 1in, and 1 1/4in. It's an outstanding working set of top quality edge tools made by one of the best.
$160 This Item Has Been Sold



Good Butcher 3/4in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is over 13in long and is in good shape. The blade is long and thin, nicely proportioned for paring work. The back is fairly clean- there is a single deep pit less than 1/98in from the bevel. The bevel has a nick and needs to be ground anyhow, so grinding away the pit as well while reestablishing the bevel is a good idea. After that it's pretty clean with no major pitting. With a few minutes on the grinder you'll wind up with a nice long paring chisel that will last generations.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Butcher 1/8in Mortise Chisel.
This is a perfect working chisel with a rather unusual handle. The handle appears to be original, and is nicely fitted to the blade. It's been modified a bit to give it a 'waist" which gives it some visual appeal and does improve its feel in the handle. It measures 11in long overall. The blade is in great shape without any pitting on the back. It should be an outstanding user mortise chisel.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Extra-Flat Buck Bros. 1/2in Paring Gouge.
This gouge is so flat as to be nearly a chisel. It has the Buck fancy style apple handle with no signs of abuse at all. This style was intended for use in fine paring, not for chopping. The blade is long, thin, and flexible. The back is perfectly clean and free of pitting. The bevel is very sharp. It's an outstanding example of a top-end Buck gouge.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Pair of Buck Bros 1 1/4in Crank-Neck Paring Gouges.
These two gouges were found together and have presumably always been together. The gouges are custom-handled, both sharing the same general size and shape. One gouge is an extra-flat profile, nearly flat. The other is a medium sweep. They both measure 14.5in long. Both are in exceptional condition with nice clean backs without pitting and sharp bevels. They are outstanding examples in usable condition.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold



Nice Matched set of Four Buck Brothers Long Incannel Paring Gouges.
These are extra-long gouges measuring from 12-15.5 inches in length depending on width. The sizes included are 1/4in deep sweep, 3/4in medium sweep, 1in flat sweep, and 1 1/4in medium sweep. All four were found together and appear to have been recently honed and used. The bevels on all four are sharp and honed. The backs on the three largest are perfectly clean. the smallest has pitting on the top face, which is purely cosmetic. It does have one small pit on the back away from the bevel, but it's there. All four are nice examples in ready-to-work condition. These are fine gouges intended for light paring and coping work, not chopping or carving.
$110 This Item Has Been Sold



Massive I Sorby 1 1/4in Mortise/Framing Chisel.
This chisel has a nearly perfect handle on it, and shows no signs of abuse, which is rare for a chisel like this. The back is also remarkably flat and clean as shown in the photos. The bevel has no nicks and is reasonably sharp. It's a great chisel to put to work for tough jobs.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Matched set of Five Buck Incannel Paring Gouges.
These gouges all share a similar patina and handle style, as wella s common owners' names. The set includes four straight paring gouges in sizes 1/8, 1/2, 5/8, and 1in. There is also a 1in cranked gouge with an extremely deep sweep. There are four Charles Buck chisels in this group, and one Buck Brothers. These gouges all came from the shop of a master craftsman and appear to have been recently honed and used. The backs on all five are polished and show not a speck of pitting. The bevels are in good shape and are surprisingly sharp. the cranked gouge does have a split in the brass ring in the handle and the tang isn't seated completely. It's a great working set made by one of the best American makers in top condition.
$120 This Item Has Been Sold



Matched Set of Four H Taylor CArving Gouges T.
This set of four carving tools has matching handles and owner's marks. They all came from the shop of a master craftsman and appear to have been recently honed for use. They are all in excellent condition with no pitting and near perfect handles. The sizes included are: 1/8in no. 11 veining gouge, 1/4in no 7 gouge, 1/2in no 5 gouge, and 3/4in no . 5 gouge. They are all perfect workers and comprise a nice set of usable gouges.
$90 This Item Has Been Sold



Outstanding Extra-Flat Buck 1in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This is a top quality Buck gouge with a perfectly sharp, mirror-honed bevel. It measures 13in long overall. The handle is in perfect condition. The back of the blade has been well cared for and has not a speck of pitting. It's so flat as to almost be a chisel. It should be a fantastic working gouge- a size and shape you won't find made today.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



Extra-Long Swan 1/4in Mortise Chisel.
This chisel was Swan's "Beveled Top" and is unused condition. The chisel still has its factory grind. IT has minor discoloration from the years of storage, but no pitting. The back is flat and clean. The handle is unblemished. It measures a whopping 14in long overall. It's a perfect user mortise chisel made by one of the top American makers in a frequently used size.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



TH Witherby 1 1/4in Socket Paring Chisel.
This chisel was made by Witherby and has the Winsted Edge Tool Works mark on the back. It measures just under 10in long,. The handle is nearly perfect. the bevel is in great shape with no dings. The back has no pitting and the working areas has been lapped flat and clean. A perfect Witherby worker.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Extra-Long TH Witherby 1/2in Socket Paring Chisel.
This chisel was made by Witherby and measures just over 12,. The handle is excellent while the bevel is in excellent shape with no dings, plus it's pretty shape. The back has no pitting and the working areas has been lapped flat and clean. A perfect Witherby worker.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Scarce Stanley 1 1/2in Cooks Patent Chisel.
This is a long,clean example of a scarce Cook's patent chisel made by Stanley in the 1920s-30s. It bears the SW mark on the socket along with the Sept7, 1926 patent date. It also says "Imperfect" though I can see no flaws. It measures 11in long overall. The back is clean and has no pitting. The Handle has no wear. It's a nice usable example of this scarce Stanley chisel.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Good, usable Berg, Eskisltuna, Sweden Tane Chisel .
This Berg chisel sis in very good, usable condition,. The handle shows some serious wear but there's no major damage. The blade is extra-clean and the bevel is sharp. There's no pitting at all on the back. The blade measures just over 3/4in wide, ideal for paring.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Full-Length Stanley 3/4in No. 720 Socket Paring Chisel.
This chisel measures just over 11in long and has a perfectly clean back without any pitting at all. The handle has minimal wear. The blade has minor discoloration scattered about. It's an excellent user example of this fine chisel.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Near-Mint Stanley 3/4in 750 Socket chisel.
This Stanley 750 chisel is my go-to chisel in my shop. It can do just about anything from rough to fine work. IT can take a beating but can be honed and capable of fine paring. This one is in exceptional condition with a perfect handle and lapped, polished back and sharp bevel. The socket is marked "750" as some, but not all are. it would be hard to find a better example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Large North Brothers 12in No. 2101 Yankee Brace.
This is a pre-Stanley North Brothers Yankee in good, usable condition. It's been used quite a bit but has no damage, apart from some cosmetic issues. The ratchet and jaws are perfect. The pad and handle rotate easily without slop It's a great user brace, and one of the better heavy-duty designs out there. this is an ideal size to drive large auger bits, big screws or bolts, etc.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



North Brothers no. 2101 10in Brace.
This is an early, Pre-Stanley 2101. It has unusual jaws I haven't seen on a Yankee before, but work just fine. It has fewer patent dates on teh ratchet housing than most I see so it might be a very early version. The ratchet is smooth in both directions. The pad and handle rotate easily- the pad has zero slop at all. It's not the prettiest, but it'll work very well.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Millers Falls no. 323 8in Ratchet Brace.
This is a solid user 8in ratchet brace made by Millers Falls before the Goodell-Pratt acquisition. It's in perfect working order with only minor finish loss on the wood and nickeled frame. The jaws are in great shape. This example is one of the later models dating to 1914-1936. This is a handy size for driving screws, countersinks, and boring smaller holes quickly.
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Millers Falls no. 732 10in "Hold All" Brace.
This is one of Millers Falls' better braces featuring Leeland's universal jaws. These jaws can grip virtually any type of bit regardless of shank size and shape. It's a heavy-duty ratchet brace with a steel-clas ball bearing head, and fully boxed ratchet. It's capable of fine work but will make a good general-purpose brace to put to work. It has nice clean nickel over the frame with only small bits missing and some minor discoloration. It should be a great worker
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Millers Falls no.5 Hand Drill.
This eggbeater had drill dates to somewhere between 1912-21. It has its handles made of cocobolo and the star trademark on the crank handle. It functions perfectly, turning smoothly with no slop. There is no damage to the handles. The main gear and crank both have almost all original nickel. The frame and main gear both have nearly all of their blade and red paint respectively. It retains many of its original fluted bits in the hollow handle, most retaining their original bluing.It's an outstanding example in perfect user condition.
$70 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional Stearns Adjustable hollow Auger.
This is by far the nicest example of this particular hollow auger I've come across. IT has at least 98% black paint on the frame, all nickel on the plated parts, and almost all red paint on the base. . The blade is perfect. The adjusting mechanisim moves easily and locks in place with the big nickeled set screw. It can be adjusted to cut round tenons anywhere from 1/4in to 1 1/4in in diameter. The square tapered shank has no wear at all. It's a lovely example in perfect working order
$75 This Item Has Been Sold



Boxed Set of Six Cooks Patent Auger Bits.
Cook's patent bits are getting downright rare to find these days, especially in excellent condition like these. Cook's bits do things no other bits can. Their backward-swept curved spurs allow them to enter the wood at an angle, bore end grain easily, and enlarge an existing hole. These are things that Jennings and Irwin pattern bits can't do. Cook's bits were once obscure, but the secret is out and they have become hard to find at reasonable prices. They have apparently become popular among chairmakers for their ability to bore angled holed cleanly.This is a set of six in a hinged wooden box. The six bits are all in excellent condition- straight and fully clean with nice lead screws and good spurs. The sizes included are 4,6,7,10, 11, and 13. There are some odd sizes here, but they all match, and all have the "Patent Extended " stamp on the shank. It's a rare boxed set of these bits, all in excellent working order.
$120 This Item Has Been Sold



Millers Falls no. 303 Hand Drill.
This is a simple small hand drill capable of holding bits from 0-3/16in. It has a smooth, flawless action and a working three jaw chuck. It has some minor finish loss but no damage. It looks like a 100 year old drill but it still works perfectly. This example dates to 1913-1921
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Stanley no. 47 Bit Depth Gauge.
This gauge clamps to the shank of an auger bit in order to help accurately and repeatedly bore holes to a specific depth. It is an early example with the "Pat. Pending" mark. It is in mint condition. This is one of the better depth stop designs out there- the spring simply makes a "sproing" sound when it reaches the surface and does not mark it at all.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Complete Stanley no 59 Doweling Jig.
This is a complete and excellent no, 59 with all collars, inserts, and even three extra Stanley-branded doweling bits in sizes 1/2, 5/16, and 6/16. It's a handy jig for making dowel joints, boring mortises, and more.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley 41 Push Drill made for Klein Tools.
This is a re-branded Stanley 41 in excellent condition with all original finish and a full set of bits in the magazine handle. This type of push drill is very handy for boring smallh oles and in thin stock where control is necessary. I have a couple stashed around the house for when I need one- it's a lot quicker then getting my cordless drill out, and they can get into very tight spots.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Millers Falls No. 97 Ultimate Breast Drill..
If I had to pick a favorite manufactured old tool, it would probably be the Millers Falls No. 97. It’s the most over-engineered, gizmo-laden boring tool ever created. It’s truly an engineering marvel. The drill has five drive modes, selected by turning an adjuster between the gears.Plain, Right and Left Hand Ratchet modes are straight-forward. The real beauty is in the “continuous motion” modes, described as Left Hand Onward and Right hand Onward. In these modes the chuck moves in one direction regardless of what direction the handle is turned.- really useful when you are drilling in a corner or other restricted area.To top it all off, the drill speed in any of these modes can be changed from fast to slow (about 1:1 to 1:3) by the simple manipulation of an adjuster on the crank arm. It’s just cool stuff. All of that functionality is packed into a heavy-duty frame with adjustable ball bearings. It has a two-piece breast plate. The larger plate can be removed to allow it to be used one-handed, if you can hold this monster with one hand, that is. The handle can also be turned 90 degrees to be used in a pump action along with the "onward" setting this allows it to be used in odd situations or under heavy load from the breast plate. This is one of the finest examples I've come across. It is in perfect working order. It shifts gears and changes speeds easily and runs smoothly. The original paint is almost complete, as is the decal on the gear. It's only missing a bit of gold paint along the outer rim of the main gear.If you want an example to use and display, this is it. It's truly a masterwork.
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Vintage Wooden Saw Vise.
This mahogany saw vise has 16in jaws and is in excellent condition. The jaws have no wear or damage. They are opened/closed my means of a single wing nut. It's a good, functional saw vise made of very attractive wood.
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Very Nice rosewood Spokeshave.
This shave has seen little use- it uses to brass set screws in the front to secure the blade in place by putting pressure on the tangs. The area around the mouth shows little wear. The body has very nice color and grain depth. The blade is 2 5/8in wide and in decent shape. It should be a good, susale bevel-up spokeshave to put to use.
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Excellent 10in German Drawknife.
This drawknife is marked Germany and has a branch logo with the letters AST. The blade is in exceptional condition and has no pitting. The handles have no damage and are perfectly tight. It looks like a good, solid user drawknife in excellent condition.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Keen Kutter Pliers Typ eSawset.
This is a Stearns saw set branded for Keen Kutter. It has the Keen Kutter logo on both he underside of one handle and in the body above the window for viewing the set in action. It has nearly 100% original nickel and is in excellent working order.
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Excellent Stanley 10oz Carpetners Hammer.
This is a really nice small carpenter's hammer with a good clean face and long, sweeping claws that extend down past the eye. It has a nicely shaped hickory handle that's perfectly tight and free of damage. It's a perfect hammer for use at the workbench, definitely not a framing hammer
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Matched Vintage Tap and Die.
This wooden tap and die cuts a 1in screw thread with 6TPI. It looks like it's made from apple. The tap fits exactly into the die. Both appear completely usable. It looks like a good, usable tap/die set to put to work.
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Exceptional Wooden Spokeshave by Flather, Sheffield.
This spokeshave is in exceptionally nice condition. It appears to have never been used. There is no loss of finish or wear at all in the area in front of the blade that wears the fastest. the blade has a clean edge and all of its original etch/decal on the flat underside. it bears the Flather mark on one handle, the "Irving Hardware Company, 12 Warren St. New York City" on the other. Flather clearly made this one for the American market-0 it was just never put to use. It has minor discoloration but is otherwise in perfect working order. It would be hard to find a better one to put to work.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley no. 51 Gull-Wing Spokeshave.
This is an excellent working example with 95%+japanning and a nice long, clean blade. It's a simple, effective spokeshave to put to use.
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Stanley no. 51 SW Era Gull-Wing Spokeshave.
This shave was made in the early part of the Sweetheart era ca. 1920. This is an excellent working example with 90%+japanning and a nice long, clean blade. It's a simple, effective spokeshave to put to use.
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Early Stanley no. 53 Adjustable Spokeshave.
This is a nice usable example of my favorite shave that Stanley made- the no. 53. It features an adjustable mouth that lets you top down the mouth and also quickly adjust the depth of cut. This one has a very long, clean, sharp blade, strong spring, and no damage. It's a perfect working example.
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Early Stanley no. 54 Adjustable Spokeshave.
This is a nice usable example of my favorite shave that Stanley made- the no. 54. Thi is the straight-handlede version of the more common 53. The 54 is great to use when you don't need to keep your hands away from the work. The wider, flatter handles always feel better to me than the standard gull-wing handles. It has an early circular Stanley logo on the blade. It features an adjustable mouth that lets you top down the mouth and also quickly adjust the depth of cut. This one has a very long, clean, sharp blade, strong spring, and no damage. It's a perfect working example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent and Complete Goodell-Pratt no. 3 1/2 Automatic Drill.
This is a great working example of this useful automatic drill. It's a quick, effective way of boring small holes with precision and care. I like using it in tight spaces, and where I need to be precise and careful, more so than I can be with a power drill. The hollow wooden handle holds a full set of unused bits in sizes 1-8 as marked around the cap. The spring in the return mechanism is strong. the split two-jaw chuck accepts bits with the X shank, not the dimpled bits other drills take. Luckily, this drill comes with a full set of these fairly hard to find bits. It's a great example of this uncommon and useful drill
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Exceptional Stanley No. 300 Hollow Cocobolo Tool Handle.
This model was added to the Stanley line after the acquisition of Fray. It is unmarked, but absolutely a Stanley. Fray's were always marked, many Stanleys were not. The cocobolo on this one is simply stunning, and it's in excellent condition. The chuck shows no wear. This model should have 10 bits, but this one has 12 packed in the handle including: Chisels, gouge, reamer/countersink, bradawls, awl, screwdriver, saw, reamer, Gimlet. You could use it to build just about anything, if you have the patience. It is a handy tool to have in a car or at the office. It also doubles as a nice little pin vise or file handle. It's an outstanding example, the best I've found.
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Dense Carvers Mallet.
This is a nice looking, vintage carver's mallet weighing just over a pound. It is 10in long overall. It has a nice contrasting sap/heartwood streak down one side. It could be lignum, or some sort of rosewood. It has no damage, just the usual tight check on one side.
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Interesting Mahogany Scraper Plane.
This is a craftsman-made mahogany scraper with a 3in blade. This is a very nicely made tool and clearly has some age. I find the intentionally different sizes depressions for the user's palms to be quite interesting. It's a perfectly usable scraper with a bit of a story behind it.
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Stanley no. 53 Spokeshave.
This is a user-modified no. 53 to turn the flat bottom shave into a rounded shave. It's a well-executed improvement and will allow the shave to work into deeper curves than it could with its original flat bottom. It's in excellent condition otherwise with more than 95% japanning, and a clean, sharp blade. The blade has the "type 11" era "V" logo.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Buck Brothers Turnscrew.
This is a scarce Buck turnscrew measuring 10in long. The Buck mark on the blade is clear and crisp. The apple handle has a few dings. It's a scarce and interesting Buck tool.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Small Witherby 6in Drawknife.
This drawknife has seen a lot of use but there's still good steel left and it's sharp. The handles are tight and excellent.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Small 4oz Stanley Cross Peen Engineers Hammer.
This is a clean example in perect working order. It has its original, nicely shaped, hickory handle.
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Excellent Beatty & Son 8in Drawknife.
This 8in drawknife is in excellent working order. The handle are tight and the blade has a nice clean back. The bevel is sharp and has a couple of tiny nicks. It was made in Chester, PA by Beatty in the mid-late 1800s. It's a good working drawknife to put to use.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley Carpenters hammer.
This is a medium size 16oz carpenters hammer, a nice size to have at the bench to drive nails and joints home. It has long, sweeping claws for use with nails, not ripping. The original hickory handle is in excellent condition. It has a very faint Stanley logo, but it's there.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Unused, "New Old Stock" Collins Mortising Axe.
This is an unusual socket-style mortising axe in new, unused condition. It has its original paper label still attached and no damage or pitting at all on the tool steel bit. It is just over 1 1/2in wide. I don't see this particular style in any of the Collins catalog I have.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Stanley Type 11 Era No. 68 Rabbeting Spokeshave.
this is an excellent example made during the "type 11" era cal. 1910-18. It has a long, clean V logo blade. It retains at least 95% original japanning and is in excellent user condition.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Unusued 3in Scorp.
This scorp is a modern make and in unused condition. The blade is 3in wide. It has the original bevel and has not been ground.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



C.S. Osborne Wing Divider.
This is a small 5in divider with a most unusual adjusting mechanism. It has a replaceable point. One leg is ground to a deadly-sharp knife edge. It can be used for leather or wood to scribe arcs and circles, mark parallel lines, and more. It is in excellent condition.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Well-Mad,e Decorated 2in Outside Calipers.
These calipers are user-made and nicely decorated. The hinge is very tight, though it can be adjusted.
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Starrett 12in Outside Calipers .
This is an excellent example with no rust or discoloration. They are in perfect working order. The locking screw and micro-adjuster both work perfectly.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold



Small Stanley 6in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This small gauge is perfect for smaller bench work. The rosewood stock is exceptional with a special heartwood/sapwood delineation across one face. The blade has some scattered pitting but is otherwise fine. The bevel works fine and should be a great user. IT looks to tate ot ca. 1905-10.
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Stanley 8in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This bevel is in very good condition and works perfectly. There is no damage to the rosewood and the brass is evenly and darkly patinated. The blade is also dark, but has no rust and features a bold Stanley mark. It likely dates to ca. 1904-10. It's a nice smaller size well suited to use at the workbench.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Unmarked 8in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This bevel is in very good condition and works perfectly. It has no maker's mark but is likely British. There is no damage to the rosewood and the brass is evenly and darkly patinated. The blade is also dark, but has no rust It's a nice smaller size well suited to use at the workbench.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Early Small Compass by S.C. Bemis.
Stephen C Bemis operated his tool company from 1838-44 before joining Amos Call in 1844. This is a small 4in compass in very good working order. The hinge is nice and tight and holds the legs' position well. The points are nice and sharp. It has some discoloration but it's 170+ years old. It's a nice small size for dovetail layout.
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Early 5in Compass.
This is a perfect compass to put to work doing smaller scale layout work. The hinge is perfectly tight. The legs stay set once put in position. They were made by Jellinghaus & Co. It's a very nice working parin ins a useful size.
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Excellent Stanley No. 77 Mortise and Marking Gauge.
This is an excellent working example with three nice long, sharp pins. the adjusting mechanisim that moves the sliding pin works smoothly. There is little wear. it is not marked Stanley, but there's no doubt who made it. It will make an excellent usable mortise and marking gauge for many decades.
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Early Stanley Mahogany Marking Gauge.
This gauge is marked with Traut's Aug 5, 1873 patent date for the screw that holds the pin in place. Ti also has Stanley's typical moustache shaped brass plate ont he head to absorb wear. It's in vey good, usable condition with some minor wear. The pin has good length to it and is thick enough that it could be filed to a knife edge to make a simple slitting gauge.
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Excellent British Rosewood Mortise Gauge.
This gauge has a very light stamp but I can surely make out Sheffield and I believe the rest makes up the Marples logo. The gauge is made of nicely colored rosewood. Both marking pins are long and sharp. One adjusts with a slide and is locked in place when the head is tightened down. It'd an attractive, very usable mortise gauge that will last a long time.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent, Early 6in Wing Dividers by PS&W.
These dividers were made by Peck, Stowe, and Wilcox in Berlin,CT before they moved to Southington. The are in very good condition overall and work perfectly. The legs are sharp and even. It's a great general-purpose size for all sorts of layout work in the shop.
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Excellent 7 in Wing Dividers .
These dividers were made by the Russell Bros. Co. in New York, NY They are clean and in excellent condition. The legs are sharp and even. It's a great general-purpose size for all sorts of layout work in the shop.
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Stanley SW era 6in Try Square.
This try square is straight and square. The rosewood is nice. The blade has some even and honest patina. IT's a nice smaller size that will work quite well at the bench.
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Early and Excellent Stanley 9in Try Square. .
This is a clean example with most of the original finish on the blade and excellent rosewood. The rosewood looks like because it'smostly sapwood with a nice heartwood streak at the end. It has the 12/20/90 patent date on the blade. It's an excellent working example in a useful medium size.
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Stanley no. 71 Double-Beam Marking Gauge.
This is an excellent and early example of this useful gauge. It has clear, crisp markings on the beams and the points are long and sharp. The beams slide against one another in a tongue and groove joint and are secured with two brass thumbscrews. It's an extra clean example in perfect working order.
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Tiny Marples 4in Try Square.
This square has an exceptional rosewood stock, nicely patinated brass, and a clean, square blade.
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Stanley no. 16 Mitre Square.
This is a "type 1" with the rounded bottom. The walnut infill has some scratches but no damage. The blade has an even dark patina overall. It isn't the prettiest, but it's completely functional.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Starrett no. 19 Protractor.
This top quality Starrett tool is in excellent condition.
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Excellent Starrett 12in COmbination Square.
This is an excellent example with a completely clean and crisp no. 4 grad. rule. The head slides and locks easily. The level vial is intact, the scribe is present. The head has minor finish loss. It is a top quality Starrett square in excellent working order.
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Brown and Sharpe 12in Combination Square.
This two-head square is in very good condition overall. The rule is clean and crisp with only minor dings her and there. The square and protractor heads both work perfectly and have only minor finish loss as well. The scribe is present and the level vial is intact.It's a top quality measuring tool in great shape.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold



Starrett 3-Head Combination Square.
This square has all three heads- square, center, and protractor. All are in excellent working order with only minor finish loss. The Rule is in excellent condition as well. The markings are all crisp and clear with minor, even patina overall. The scribe is missing,the level vial is intact. It's a top quality Starrett tool in perfect working order.
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Excellent STarrett Two-Head Combination Square .
This square has the center and square heads and is ine xcellent condition. The heads have almost all original finish and both have the Starrett mark. The scribe is missing. The rule is as crisp and clean as they come in terms of vintage rules. It's a top quality vintage starrett rule in perfect working oreder
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Medium Size 9in Starrett Combination Square.
This is a smaller square with a 9in rule. It's in good shape with some missing finish ont he head. It slides and locks easily. The rule has some discoloration in patches, but it's usable for sure.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Stanley no. 97 Double Gauge.
This gauge has a pin on one end, a marking wheel on the other. It's in excellent to near-mint condition with all original finish. It has the early script Stanley logo
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Starrett no. 237 Depth Gauge.
This depth gauge is in excellent to near-mint condition and functions perfectly. Less than half the cost of buying one new today.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold



Millers Falls Depth Gauge.
This gauge is probably from the 1930s-40s when Millers Falls and Goodell Pratt were making top-quality machinists tool.s This 6in depth stop is in excellent condition. It also features some commonly used angles on the back of the head.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional C. Warren, Nashua Quirk Ovolo and Bevel Molding Plane- Tuned and Ready to Work.
This plane is in outstanding condition- the plane is crisp, clean,and nearly perfect. It has sharp, crisp corners, perfect boxing, and a gorgeous profile with a nice crisp bevel. The profile measures 1 1/4in wide by 1/2in deep. Warren was a prolific planemaker working throughout the mid 1800s in Nashua, NH. This plane remains in usable condition and will work well out of the box. The blade is in excellent condition, long and clean. I've honed the bevels and polished the back a bit. I made a few test cuts and it worked very well, producing a nice smooth molding in no time- see the photos.. It's a great user plane in absolutely top condition.
$75 This Item Has Been Sold



Wide, unusual Randall & Cook, Albany 7/8in Quirk ovolo and fillet.
This plane cuts about 1 7/8in wide by 7/8in deep. IT is in very god condition overall with no damage, just signs of use. the boxed quirk is straight. The blade has some light pitting scattered about. with a little bit of work on the blade it should be a solid user molding plane
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Atkin, Late Moss 5/4 Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Atkin & Son in Birmingham an bears the "Late Moss" stamp used when the firm took over the business of William Moss. The plane cuts a 5/4in wide by 1/2in deep quirk ogee and bevel, a versatile profile used for casings and furniture moldings. The boxing is dead straight. The body is clean and excellent without damage. The blade has light scattered pitting throughout but is in good condition overall.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Matched Pair of 1in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes by McGlashan, Perth.
John McGlashan made planes in Perth ca. 1827-49 according to Goodman. These planes are in fair, usable condition. They have seen a lot of use and have the dings and scratches to prove it. The blade are decent and the plane s are certainly usable with a certain about of work tuning. They cut a T&G joint centered on 1in stock but will certainly work for 7/8in or 5/4.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Mathieson 5/8in Extra-Flat Ovolo Molding PLane.
This is an odd profile, definetly not a sash plane. It cuts an ovolo so flat it's almost straight. It's 5/8in deep and 5/8in wide. It has a nice wide fence and depth stop which should make it easy to use. The blade is long and free of any pitting. The mouth is still quite tight. It's a good, usable plane with an interesting profile.
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Extra-Wide, Early Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane has all of the hallmarks of an early British molding plane, likely 18th century. There is no maker's name so I can't tell for sure. One look at the chamfers on the hand hold, the deeply curved step, and the precise gouge cuts are obvious evidence. The plane cuts a wide 1 3/4in by 1 1/4in deep ogee. It has evidence of a past fence attached to the sole. The massive blade is in very good condition considering its sheer area and age. It's a beautiful molding plane, a work of art in and of itself.
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Excellent 1/2in Square Ovolo- Ready to Work.
This is an unmarked but beautifully made 1/2in ovolo in ready to use condition. It cuts a 1/2in wide by 1/2in deep ovolo. The cabinet pitch blade is sharp and works well. I easily cut a few test moldings with it and found it quite an easy plane to use.
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Matched Triplet of Early Molding Planes.
These three planes were all found together and all share the same owner's mark, an W.H. Hinch. None of them have maker's marks- they appear to have been removed. All of them appear to be early planes based on the wedge shape, flat chamfers, deep gouge cuts, etc. The planes are all in very good or better condition with decent blades and clean, sound bodies without damage. From left to right in the first photo: 1/2in cove, 1in wide, x 3/8in deep flat ovolo, and a 3/4in Square ovolo profile. All three planes look great and should make very good users.
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Outstanding Mathieson Double-Iron Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a compact but curvy ogee and ovolo profile. The profile is approx. 5/8in wide by 5/8in deep. Two irons are required to make this complex cut and actually make it a much easier to maintain when it is used. The ovolo will take the brunt of the wear since it does the mos work. Since it has its own iron it's easy to sharpen it without having to constantly adjust the more complex ovolo blade. IT is in excellent condition with two nice clean blades. It's an outstanding example of Mathieson's top-quality planemaking.
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H. Chapin 7/8in Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 7/8in wide by 1/2in deep reverse ogee. It's in very good condition overall. The body has some wear but no damage. The sole has evidence of a temporary fence being attached. The blade is excellent showing zer pitting and wiith a nice flat, lapped back. It's a nice profile to use on small to medium size work. This should be a good worker.
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Excellent Greenslade 1/2in flat Ovolo Molding plane.
This plane is crisp and clean in excellent condition. The body has no damage, the blade has n pitting. It's mounted at 55 degrees, cabinet pitch. The mouth is still tight. It's a solid user plane with an attractive profile in great shape.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Unmarked 1/4in Astragal Molding Plane.
This plane has some wear and tear and has been refinished, including a newly made blade. The blade is lapped and near perfect, and quite sharp. The plane does work, but the blade orientation needs some finessing before it cuts well. It's a bargain worker, but probably not for beginners.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



1 1/8in Square Rabbet.
This is a British made 1 1/8in wide square rabbet in excellent condition. The blade is clean and sharp and the mouth is tight. It's clearly seen little use. It's as generic as they come, but it should work well.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Outstanding 1/2in T&G Molding Plane by HL James- Tuned and Ready to Work.
This is an extraordinary working molding plane by this mid-19th century MA maker. The plane is in exceptional condition with no damage or wear. The blades are perfectly sharp, honed, and polished. It cuts beautifully and is a pleasure to use. I cut a few test joints to try it out and I'm exceedingly happy with how it cuts. This plane cuts a T&G joint centered on 1/2in stock. You won't find a better one.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



Near-Mine Auburn 3/4in Fenced Casing Plane.
This plane cuts a simple thumbnail profile along the edge of a board with the grain. It's a nice shelf or table top edge decoration. The plane is in near mint condition, never used, with the original price still written in pencil on the blade. The wood has no damage or blemished. The blade is perfect. Vintage molders don't come any nicer than this one.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Thos. Appleton 1 1/8in Nosing Plane.
This plane put a complete 180 degree round-over on 1 1/8in stock. IT is in excellent condition with little wear and an excellent blade. It was made by Appleton, one of the best US makers, in Boston in the mid-1800s.
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Excellent Appleton 3/8in Dado Plane.
This is an exceptional working dado plane made by Thos. Appleton in Boston. The sole is straight not warped at all. The blade and nicker are both long, sharp and perfectly clean. The depth stop works perfectly. It shows almost no use at all and will make an exceptional worker in a very desirable size.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold



Rxceptional Auburn 7/8in Dado Plane.
This is an exceptional working dado plane made by Auburn. The plane is close to mint with no dings or scratches in the wood body. The corners are sharp and crisp. The sole is straight not warped at all. The blade and nicker are both long, sharp and perfectly clean. The depth stop works perfectly. It shows almost no use at all and will make an exceptional worker in a good size for larger case work.
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Very Good Sargent 3/4in Dado Plane.
This is a clean, crisp dado in excellent working order. The sole is straight, both irons are long. The main iron has no pitting and is nice and sharp. It has a retractable bras depth stop held with a screw. It's a very desirable size in great user condition.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold



Tiny 1/8in Side Bead by Auburn.
This plane is marked 1/8in, but the bead it cuts looks even smaller than that. It has a nice clean, sharp blade and the body is in excellent condition. The blade has a lot of room to move in that mortise and aligning it with the sole is tricky. It works, and a I made a few test cuts with it, but it's probably not for beginners.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



very Good Double-Boxed 3/8in Side Bead by Auburn.
this is a handy size and a well-made plane with double boxing on the sole to prevent wear in both the quirk and fence. The blade is clean and sharp, free of pitting. It's a good user in a desirable small size.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Sandusky 1/4in Side Bead.
This is a wlel-made fully-boxed 1/4ins side bead in good condition. It's seen use and the front boxing has some wear but the blade is good and clean and pretty sharp. It will tune up easily enough and be a solid worker.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Nice Deep 5/8in Side Bead by Auburn.
This bead has nice deep boxing and a good, sharp blade. The plane has some dings but has seen little use. There is a small chip missing from the boxing right at the nose. It's a perfectly usable plane for cutting medium sized beads in moldings, casings, etc.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Unusual Sandusky 5/8in compassed and Radiused Rabbet Plane.
This plane was likely made for coach work where curves were expected and specialized planes like this were employed. The sole is curved front to back and relieved side to side to allow it to work a variety of curves. The blade is in excellent condition. It's perfectly usable and not something you see often.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Simple 1/2in dado PLane.
This is a simple, unmarked 1/2in dado plane in perfectly usable condition. The blade and nicker are decent without any pitting. The sole is straight. It'll work, even if it's not the sexiest.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Nice Small Quirk Ogee and Astragal by Griffiths, Norwich.
This plane cuts a small, curvy quirk ogee and astragal 5in wide by 3/8in deep. It has a cabinet pitch blade in excellent condition without any pitting. The plane is loaded with dings and patina, but has no damage and should be an excellent user.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent 1in Torus Bead by Watkins, Bradford .
This is a lovely mid-19th century molder made by Watkins. It's in excellent condition. The beech body has aged to a beautiful golden color. The boxing is perfect. The blade is fairly clean and decently sharp. It's usable and quite a nice plane to add to a working collection.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Nice Flat Ogee by Ohio.
This molding plane cuts a wide, flat ogee measuring 1in wide y 3/8in deep. It's an Ohio model 59 according to the stamp on the heel. The plane is clean but has a few dings and scratches. The blade is completely free of pitting. It's a decent, usable plane with an unusual profile.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley no. 18 Knuckle-Joint Block Plane.
This is avery good working example with at least 80% nickel on the cap and the same amount of original japanning on the bed. The sides and sole are fairly clean. Teh blade is long and has zero pitting the blade adjusters work fine and the fit of the adjustable mouthpiece is precise. It's marked with a SW log on the cap dating it to the 1920s-30s. It's a good example of this useful standard block plane.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Stanley 78 Rabbet and Fillister Plane.
This is an excellent pre-WWII 78 in excellent condition. It has nearly perfect japanning and very little discoloration n the bare metal. The plane is complete. The nickers are long, as is the blade. There is no pitting on the blade. It'll make a perfect worker, precisely cutting rabbet both with and across the grain.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley no. 80 SW Era Scraper Plane.
This is an excellent example with its original SweetHeart era blade. The blade is clean and sharp and has no pitting. The body has more than 99% japanning is is unusually clean for this model. It's a good looking example that will make a great user.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley no. 100 Tailed Block PLane.
This is a small modelmaker's bock plane in excellent condition. it has all original finish and a nice clean blade. It's a handy, small plane for fine work.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley 71 1/2 Router Plane.
This is a nice, usable example with two blades- the 1/4 and 1/in V blade. The body is near mint. It is missing its fence. It will be an outstanding user.
$90 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley no. 71 Router Plane.
This is is a perfectly usable plane with two blades- the 1/4in and 1/2in. The casting has more than 95% original japanning. It has some finish loss on the hardwood handles. The adjustable throat piece is missing. It's only used for running the plane on narrow stock so its absence is certainly not a big deal in most cases. It's perfectly usable and in great shape.
$75 This Item Has Been Sold



Sargent No. 5206 all-steel low-angle Block plane.
This is a tough, usable low-angle block, a great choice to put in your outdoor kit or to let the kids use. It's a usable plane, just not terribly sexy.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold



Good Stanley No. 5C Type 11/12 Jack Plane.
This plane is a type 11 all the way except for the blade which has the earliest Sweetheart Era mark on it. The plane is in good, usable condition. It has some discoloration on the sides and sole. The japanning is close to 95% or better by my estimation. The knob and tote have some dings and wear but no cracks. The blade is nice and clean, and has a good bit of life left to it, as shown in the photos. It's a solid user plane to put to use.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Early, usable Stanley no 5C Jack Plane.
This is a type 7 plane made between 1893-99. It's in decent, usable condtion. The sides and sole have some honest patina. The japanning is actually close to 99%. It has its original blade which has a lot of life left and is generally clean and flat. The knob is perfect, the tote has a well-repaired crack. It looks like a solid, early, usable jack plane.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Early Stanley no. 5 Jack Plane.
Based on the lateral adjuster, this is clearly a type 5, the first of the laterals, made in the mid-1880s. The plane is in good, usable condition. The original blade was used-up and replaced with a later V logo "type 11" era blade with a nice clean back. The tote had no damage, the knob has some slight roundinig-off of the horn. The body has the usual dings and scratches of 130 years of use and storage. It's a decent, usable jack plane. All of the adjusters work smoothly. It should be a fine worker.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Stanley SW Era No. 5 Jack Plane.
This is a great example to put to work- made in the late Sweetheart era this plane is in excellent condition with only some minimal spots of discoloration on the sdes. The knob and tote have no damage. The lever cap has the keyhole shaped hole and almost all original nickel. The blade is original, bearing the SW mark, and has almost all original length left and no pitting. The adjusters are super-smooth. All in all it's a top quality working jack plane made in Stanley's hey day. It should make an exceptional suer.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



Pre-WWII Stanley no. 3 Small Smooth Plane- Perfect Worker.
This plane was made in the 4th quarter of 1939 according to the date stamp. It's in very good condition cosmetically but will make a perfect working smoother. There are a few paint splotches, and the tiny bit of missing nickel on the cap, but the knob and tote habe no damage, The sole and sides are clean, and the blade is full length and has no pitting. Add to that the fact that the adjusters work precisely and you have yourself a fantastic small smoother to put to work.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



outstanding pre-WWII Stanley No. 3 Small Smooth Plane.
This is an extra-clean and crisp no. 3 with 100% japanning, nearly perfect knob and tote, and clean sides and sole. It hasn't been clean, just dusted. The blade remains full-length and the back has no pitting. The rosewood handles have especially nice color. It should be a solid user smoother.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



Early Stanley No. 4 Type 6 Smooth Plane.
This plane dates to the 1880s and features a proper blade and tote. The bed casting has extremely thin sides compared to more modern planes, but there are no chips or cracks. It has the usual dings and scratches but nothing unusual. The tote does have a tight repair to ac rack. The knob has no damage. It has around 60% japanning left. The blade is quite clean and has no pitting. It should be a quite good user plane if you are into early Stanleys. Be advised that this vintage has the reverse threads on the adjusting wheel so turning it counter-clockwise will advance the blade, the opposite of later planes.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Early Stanley Pre-Lateral no. 35 Transitional Smoother.
This plane predates the lateral adjuster which puts it at pre-1885. The plane is in fantastic condition considering the age. The wood is clean and free of checks. The knob and tote have no damage. It has its original blade with the arched Stanley logo. The blade is exceptionally clean with zero pitting as you can see in the photos. The blade adjuster works smoothly. It should work very well and is an excellent example of this early type.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Stanley no. 36 Transitional Heavy Smooth Plane.
This is a the wood-bottom version of the Stanley 4 1/2 heavy smoother. It has the same 2 3/8in blade and wide body as the 4 1/2, along with the commensurate increase in mass. This is an excellent example with more than 99% japanning, and very clean beech comprising the knob, tote, and body. The sole is extra-clean with no gouges or checks. The tote has almost all original finish and no damage. It's a "type 7" era plane dating to just before the turn of the 20th century. The adjusters work fine and the blade has a lot of length left to it and is exceptionally clean. It will make a great user smooth plane for those who appreciate Stanleys transitional line of planes.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



Very Early Pre-Lateral Stanley No. 35 Smooth Plane.
This is the transitional equivalent of a "type 4" plane. It has no lateral adjuster, the arched Stanley logo on the blade, bold eagle Stamp at the toe, and Bailey's patent date both on the cap iron and adjusting wheel. Considering it's age It's in excellent condition. The wood has only minor wear and no chips or cracks. The frame has better than 95% japanning. The blade has zero pitting. It likely dates to 1878-88 and is still perfectly usable today. It's a great working example.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley 40 1/2 Scrub Plane.
The 40 1/2 is the much less common, slightly wider version of the ubiquitous no. 40 scrub. This is a good, solid, usable example. It has at least 99% of its original japanning. The blade is long, properly ground, and nice and clean with no pitting. The issue is the handles- someone repaired a small crack in the tote and stained both the knob and tote a reddish color. It will still work very well.
$75 This Item Has Been Sold



Sargent VBM no. 414 Jack PLane.
This plane was made during Sargent's "Very Best Made" era which coincided with Stanley's "type 11" era. Both companies ame top quality planes during this time. This Sargent is in good working order. It should be a great user. The knob and tote have some dings but no chips or cracks. There is a lot of japanning missing but no rust. the sides and sole also have some discoloration and dings, but nothing major, and certainly nothing that will affect user. The adjusters works smoothly. The blade is long and clean as you can see in the photos. It should be a solid user jack plane to put to work.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley No. 5 Type 11 Jack PLane.
This is a later type 11 with all of the usual hallmarks save the high knob. The knob and tote are excellent with no damage. The adjusters work fine, and the japanning is around 95%. The sides and sole have obvious discoloration and have not been cleaned. They would clean up well if you choose. The blade has a lot of length left and only some discoloration, no pitting. It's a solid user type 11 jack plane, made during Stanley's hey day.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



WWII era Stanley no.5 Jack Plane.
This is a very good example in excellent working order. The sides and sole only have minor discoloration. The japanning is around 80%$. The knob and tote have minor finish loss. It does have hardwood handles and steel screws, evidence of the wartime shortages. It does, however, have a brass adjusting wheel and the frog screw, something later wartime examples lacked. The adjusters work accurately and smoothly. the blade is full-length and free of pitting. It will make a great user.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Record 04 1/2 Heavy Smoother.
This is a vintage Record with the patent "Stay Set" cap. Both the blade and cap iron are massive and lend a great deal of strength to the cutting action to prevent chatter. The bed has all original finish. The sides and sole have honest patina from use. The tote has a well-repaired crack that i can't separate. The blade has been used and well cared-for and has no pitting at all. It'll be a great working heavy smoother.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



Usable Stanley no. 5 1/2 Heavy Jack Plane.
This plane is a type 9. It is in good condition overall. The plane body has an even, dark patina. The tote has a very early repair. The adjusters all work fine. It looks like the bed might have been repainted. There is a small chip out of the rail at the very heel of the plane- a cosmetic flaw only.The blade has a lot of life but also a few small pits as you can see in the photos. With a bit of labor on the blade to regrind the bevel and perhaps make a back-bevel, it should turn out to be a fine worker.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Very Good Stanley 6C Fore/Jointer PLane.
This is a solid usable example in very good condition. It has some japanning los, and an even, dark patina across the sides and sole. The knob and tote have some finish loss but no breaks or chips. The blade has some dark areas but no pitting. It will be a solid worker jointer/fore plane with a minimum of labor to get the blade sharp.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Early Sweetheart Era Stanley no. 6 Fore/Jointer Plane.
This is a type 12 with a slightly earlier type 11 blade. It has a nice rosewood tote with most of the original SW era decal remaining. The bed has more than 95% japanning. The side and sole are fairly clean. The front of the blade and cap iron, as well as the lever cap are pretty dark. The knob has no damage. The adjusters all work fine. The blade has some discoloration on the back but the important area is pretty clean as you can see in the photos. It should be a fine working fore or jointer plane to put to sue.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold



Veritas Large Shoulder Plane Blade.
This blade is new and unused. It is 1 1/4in, made of O1 tool steel. It will a Veritas large shoulder plane or similar.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley Sweetheart Era no. 5 Jack Plane.
This is a solid user grade jack plane. It has some discoloration throughout, some light japanning loss, and a replacement tote. The plane dates to the Sweetheart era and has its proper blade with the SW trademark. The adjusters work fine and the blade is clean and long. The mahogany tote is well-made and feels fine, and should work very well.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent 42in One or two Man Crosscut Saw made for Dunlap.
This is a 42 long perforated lance tooth one-man crosscut saw made for Dunlap. It was almost assuredly made by Atkins. It has a detachable handle which can be mounted at either end of the saw for one- or two-man use. The saw is top-quality with a taper-ground plate and a good degree of fit and finish. All of the teeth and rakers are complete and free of chips or damage. It needs to be sharpened, but no major tooth work will be needed. From the USFS Guide to Crosscut Saws: "[The perforated lance tooth] pattern is considered a general utility pattern that can cut all but hard and frozen wood. It consists of groups of four cutters set alternately separated by an unset raker with gullets on each side. The "bridges" between the teeth form the perforations that give the pattern its name. These bridges strengthen the teeth and reduce chatter when the saw is used to cut harder wood. The perforated lance tooth pattern is sometimes called the racer pattern and old-timers called it the four-tooth pattern. It was popular historically in the pine country of the American West, and is still popular there." It's a perfect working saw in a desirable size and pattern.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Fine-Toothed 26in Rip Saw.
This is a "Black Diamond" branded saw, made by Disston and sold as a second-line saw. It likely dates to the 1900-1928 time frame. It has a nice clean, straight plate with a crisp etch. The nib is present. The plate is 26in long with 6 1/2in PPI as measured and stamped on the heel. The beech handle has no damage. The teeth are in excellent condition with no damage. They aren't terribly sharp, though the saw does cut well and track straight. It could use a quick filing. It should be an outstanding fine rip saw to use on hard or thin stock.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold



Solid User-Drade Disston D-23 26in 5 1/2 PPI Rip Saw.
This is a standard 26in 5 1/2 PPI rip saw made by Disston which will work well ripping almost any thickness or type of wood. The plate is clean and has no pitting. It's dead straight. The teeth are all in good shape, though it can stand a quick filing. There is no damage to any of the teeth so it would need a minimum of work. The saw cuts well-as, is, tracking well and cutting smoothly, if slowly. It's a solid user rip saw which should perform very well.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Disston no. 4 10in Backsaw.
This is a 10 in backsaw with a 2 1/2in deep plate. The apple handle is in excellent condition. The plate is straight but has some pitting and discoloration. If it were re-toothed as a fine rip saw the pitting wouldn't matter and it would be a good, functional saw.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Disston No. 68 Gents Saw.
This is an extra-clean example of Disston's straight handle gent's or dovetail saw. It has an 8in blade with a crystal clear etch. the handle has almost all original finish. The toothiline is close to straight, but not perfect. It might be out by a couple of thousandths is all, but not much. It does cut well though and doesn't bind or catch. It's a good, usable example.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Vintage Flush-Cut Saw.
This saw has a blade that can be pivoted around to allow it to flush-cut in either direction. IT's un marked and clearly has some age. The blade is straight. it's in good, usable condition.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent German Fret Saw.
This is a near perfect example marked only "Germany" as many are. It can be adjusted to take fret, coping, and jeweler's saw blades from 3-6in in length.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent and Unusual Simonds 5PPI Rip Saw.
This is a gorgeous 26in 5point rip saw in fantastic condition. The plate is dead straight, clean and shiny. The teeth are all in excellent condition and the tooth line retains its original breasting. The etch is perfectly clear. Unusually, the etch doesn't include a model number. It also has an additional etch "U.S.O.M.C." under the Simonds Steel logo. I believe this is the US Department of Military Cooperation, but I could be wrong. At any rate, it's an unusual and perfectly usable Simonds saw of very high quality.
$80 This Item Has Been Sold



Disston D8 Panel Saw.
This is a 24in panel saw with 8PPI. The plate is straight and still slightly breasted. The etched logo is clear. It dates to 1896-1917. The handle is decent. The back of the plate has some serious pitting. If it were filed rip it wouldn't matter. It would be a decent little panel rip saw with some work.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



22in Disston no. 7 Panel Saw.
This is a short 7PPI crosscut panel saw in excellent condition. The plate is straight and clean. The nib is present. The teeth are in good shape with none missing or misshapen. The handle has a very well-done repair to a crack in the lamb's tongue. It's perfectly tight and should do well. It will be a fine worker.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Disston 26in 9PPI Crosscut Saw.
This is a decent user saw with a fairly dark plate but it's straight and has no pitting. The etch is clear. It dates to ca. 1896-1917 based on the medallion and etch. The handle is in good shape. The plate is a full 2 3/4in deep at the toe. It looks like a fine user once it's sharpened.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Disston No. 7 24in 7PPI RIp Saw.
This is a scarce shorter fine rip saw made by Disston between 1896-1917. The plate is straight and the teeth all in good order. The tooth line is still breasted and the nib is present. The beech handle has some dings but no damage. There is minor pitting toward the toe, but nothing problematic. The etch is clear. It's a fine user rip saw for thinner stock.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold



Scarce Extra-Fine 11 Point Disston D8 Crosscut Saw.
This is a 26in saw with an extra-clean plate, crisp etch. and excellent apple handle. The plate is dead straight and the teeth are quite sharp. It cuts well. It's been cleaned a bit by a former owner, but it's well done and the saw looks good.It will be a fantastic user rip saw for fine crosscutting.
$70 This Item Has Been Sold



Mint, Unused Lie-Nielsen 11PPI crosscut Straight-Handled Dovetail Saw.
This saw is in new, unused condition in its original wrappings in its original box. It has a highly figured curly maple handle. This model is no longer made by L-N. It's sharp and ready to work.
$70 This Item Has Been Sold



Mint, Unused Lie-Nielsen 15PPI Rip Straight-Handled Dovetail Saw.
This saw is in new, unused condition in its original wrappings in its original box. It has a highly figured curly maple handle. This model is no longer made by L-N. It's sharp and ready to work.
$70 This Item Has Been Sold



28in European Bowsaw.
This saw was sold by Woodcraft in the 1990s and is still sold by Highland Hardware and others today. It's made of beech with a different wood used for the stretcher. It uses a simple wingnut to tension the blade. This saw hasn't been used much at all.It comes with five different blades including two rip, two crosscut, and a fine, thin crosscut blade for curves. It's a good, usable saw in the style preferred by many European woodworkers.
$80 This Item Has Been Sold



German Smooth Plane.
This is an 8.5in long smooth palen with a blade just a hair over 1.5in wide. The plane has an applied hornbeam, sole. The blade is in excellent condition, the back highly polished and completely free of pitting. The blade and plane were made by John Weiss & Son.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Interesting W. Pond Radiused Rabbet Plane.
This looks like a standard small bench smoother but the sole has been relieved to allow it to be used as a rabbet plane in either the right or left hand direction. Further more, the sole has been radiused to enable it to work these rabbets around corners. I assume it's a coach maker's plane. The plane has an even, honest patina, including the relieved area long the sole which I believe is factory-original. The blade is long and clean and has no damage. It's a small plane measuring 8.5in long with a 1 3/8in wide double iron. It's a nice plane by this New Haven, CT maker.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Ulmia Horned Smooth Plane.
This plane is in excellent user condition. It's the typical Ulmia construction with a beech top and hornbeam sole attached via the puzzling glue joint they employed. It has dings and scratches from use but no damage The massive Two Cherries double iron has a highly polished back without a speck of pitting. It will make an great worker if you prefer wooden planes.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Wooden Horned Scrub Plane.
This is a true scrub plane with a narrow body and blade measuring only 1 1/4in wide and with a wide camber to it. The plane is in very good user condition. It is unmarked but the blade is a Greaves single iron, again appropriate for a scrub. It should make an excellent user scrub, a light plane ideal for rapid stock removal.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Absolutely Massive Greenfield 30in Wooden Jointer.
This is a true bench plane, not a cooper's jointer. It's 30inches long and 3 1/2in square. It weighs 11.5lbs, putting a Stanley 7 or 8 to shame. The mass will carry it through the toughest stock with ease. Getting it up to speed will take some doing, so you can feel OK about skipping your nightly push-ups after a session at the bench with this plane. The wood is in excellent condition with only minor wear and no major damage. It holds a massive Humphreysville tapered and laminated 2 3/4in wide double iron,.. The iron is in great shape with no pitting on the back, as you can see in the photos. They don't get much bigger than this one.
$100 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Wooden Jack Plane by Varvill, York.
This is a beautifully made plane with exceptional attention to detail. The wood body and handle have been polished and feel more like apple than beech. The sole is dead flat. The plane is 15in long with a 2 1/8in wide iron. It holds a thick, tapered blade made by Chapin. It's almost certainly a replacement- a British plane would never hold an American iron. The iron fits perfectly and has a lot of life left. The back is quite clean and free of pitting so it should tune up in no time. It should be a great worker.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent 18in European Fore Plane.
This plane looks like it is made from some sort of dense fruitwood. The sole has some spectacular figure near the heel. It's a well-made, if simple plane. It holds an outstanding 2 3/8in wide tapered double iron made by Peugeot. Look at the attention to detail ont hat iron from the decoration around the hole for the cap screw, to the riveted received for the screw in he cap iron to the bold, crisp stamp on both the cap and iron. It's a gorgeous piece of metal and it's in great shape. The back is dead flat, lapped and polished. It's sharp but a quick hone will have it shaving hairs and ready to work. It should be a great small jointer, fore, or heavy jack planes.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold



Narrow H. Chapin Coffin Smoother.
This is a long, narrow coffin smoother measuring 9.5in long by 2 1/2in wide it has a 1 3/4in wide single iron by Baldwin. The iron is clean and long. The mouth is open a bit, and the plane has seen use. It's still perfectly usable as-is.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



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